[NAFEX] Tibetan Goji/Wolfberry plants

Sarah Kehler Ewing skkewing at yahoo.com
Sun Nov 29 23:28:00 EST 2009

Hi Derry,

I got my seeds for Goji Berries (he lists them as Wolf Berry) from Jim Ternier at Prairie Garden Seeds, Cochin, SK.  Jim is a great guy to deal with and he grows his own seeds so they are very hardy.  I found them super easy to grow: 6 weeks in some damp dirt in my fridge and every seed grew!  No trouble inside in pots and no problem in the garden even through a drought year and last year's terrible dry and cold winter.

You can also get seeds and maybe plants from Flora Exotica and I believe Gardens North also has seeds.

If you want to dive into the Tibetan/Wolf/Goji/Gayji berry battle, try the Fruit and Nut Tree forum through the University of British Columbia.  
BTW: I'm Pipestone.

Re: Ranetka Seeds, if I ever manage to locate them again (AWOL when I went to plant them this fall), I'd be happy to share!

zone 3
Edmonton, AB

--- On Sun, 11/29/09, derry&bill <wchase at interchange.ubc.ca> wrote:

> From: derry&bill <wchase at interchange.ubc.ca>
> Subject: [NAFEX] Tibetan Goji/Wolfberry plants
> To: "nafex" <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Received: Sunday, November 29, 2009, 6:51 PM
> Is anyone growing Goji berry plants?
> Does anyone know a source of the Tibetan Goji berry plants
> or seeds in 
> Canada?  In the US?
> Lycium barbarum is the northern Chinese Goji and Lycium
> chinense is the 
> southern Goji.
> I think the Tibetan Goji berry is a strain of L barbarum.
> Goji is also known as Wolfberry.
> Thanks,
> Derry Walsh
> South Coastal B.C.
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